Over the last few years I have occasionally had to revisit old web sites and work out a quick and easy way to make them responsive. Any site designed prior to 2010 is unlikely to have an css media queries that provide different CSS styles depending on the width of the device used to view […]
Recently I needed to refresh my memory of ExtJS and I figured the best way to do this was to build a simple demo app. It was only last August when I was using ExtJS day to day but as any developer will tell you, there is a limit to what you can keep at […]
I’m loving working with WordPress because the development community is so large that it seems that no matter what obscure customisation you wan to achieve there is usually someone out there who has tried it and blogged about it. Take the problem of adding widgets to a page or post via a shortcode. This is […]
I’m working on a WordPress theme that is designed to provide a lot of flexibility. It has many widget areas (sidebars) and quite a few supplied custom widgets. The widget areas have different layouts, either: single column, full page width two columns, full page width three columns, full page width single column, one-third page width […]
I’m revisiting some old CSS this week with the aim of making it work across multiple screen sizes for devices such as android phones, iphones, ipads and whatever else is out there in the ever expanding device ecosystem. There are a bunch of great tips, frameworks and tools around for doing this. I’m using the […]
There are quite a few blog posts around that provide helpful tips on transferring the sql data (all the posts and category content in the wordpress database) between your local development environment and production (live) site.
Recently I completed some UI intensive work for a client that was designed for smart-phones. The project was targeted at iPhone and Android users primarily and being web based, made heavy use of CSS3 and HTML5 to achieve the desired highly graphical user interface. During the course of the project we noticed that some Android […]
After reviewing the folios of over 50 front end developers and working with quite a few, I’ve come to the conclusion that when it comes to semantic markup, most developers talk the talk but in reality have no clue what it means.
I’m kidding really – there is no way you could find and replace your AS2 code into AS3 😉 Actionscript 3 is hugely different from Actionscript 2, but that doesn’t meant that you can’t do a lot of the grunt work using a simple find and replace
There has been a lot of discussion on the web in recent weeks because Apple’s offerings iPhone and iPad do not (and probably will not) run the Adobe Flash Player on their in-built Safari web browser.
Continuing with my updating an Actionscript 2 project to Actionscript 3 I’m really enjoying the optimisation possibilities that AS3 provides.